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This magnificently renovated Soho co-op at 14 Wooster Street has the bones–and the beams–of the downtown neighborhood’s old-school loft spaces, with wide-plank oak floors and 40 feet of windows overlooking the cobblestones of Wooster Street. Though the sprawling 3,800-square-foot space spans the building’s entire second floor, it offers the privacy and convenient configuration of a Village townhouse. The $5,700,000 co-op has been designed with a sophisticated mix of lacquered wood-paneled walls, marble and plaster details, and 21st-century conveniences.
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Bachelor/ettes with a taste for a certain kind of downtown Manhattan living will be lining up for this classic loft co-op at 515 Broadway (also known as 84 Mercer Street): $8,000,000 snags a 6,100-square-foot party-ready spot in the heart of Soho, complete with Corinthian columns and soaring ceilings, a ballroom-sized living room, a music studio, home gym and billiards room, a burled walnut wet bar and a giant walk-in dressing room for your sneaker collection.
Classic Soho loft living, this way
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In the midst of Soho’s industrial-era lofts and their modern-era lookalikes, the landmarked brick townhouse at 83 Sullivan Street is a rare representation of 19th-century charm. Built on what was formerly Dutch colonial farmland and later part of a parcel of land owned by Aaron Burr, this 3,590-square-foot townhouse has retained its original moldings and doors. In addition to two interior units, this historic property features three separate private outdoor spaces.
Take a look inside this historic townhouse
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This dramatic corner loft condo at 39 Crosby Street in north Soho is colorful and creative in both the use of space and design, yet it retains classic details like 13-foot tin ceilings and iconic Soho views. Comprised of a main floor and a loft mezzanine, the 2,500-square-foot space, asking $5.5 million, boasts two bedrooms, a home office, and two-and-a-half baths.
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This sunny, spacious co-op at 292 Lafayette Street has classic loft bones and a Broadway pedigree. Owned by Michael Greif, award-winning director of Broadway favorites like Rent, If/Then, Next to Normal, Grey Gardens, War Paint, and Dear Evan Hansen the corner two-bedroom unit is on the market for $2,900,000. The 1,500-square-foot home has the appearance of a downtown dream loft with 11-foot ceilings and double-height windows; within are two cozy bonus rooms in addition to two bedrooms.
Take the tour
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Mindy Kaling is selling her stylish Soho pied à terre for $2,750,000. “The Office” actress paid $3,100,000 in 2017 for the apartment, which is located on the sixth floor of 210 Lafayette Street. The renovated home measures nearly 1,200 square feet and has two bedrooms, two baths, and unobstructed city views.
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Sprawling downtown Manhattan lofts, industrial bones intact, aren’t that easy to find these days. Asking $12,500,000–a decidedly 21st century price–this classic loft condo at 50 Wooster Street is on the market for the first time in 24 years. Filled with 19th-century charm, the full-floor apartment has the kind of living space–4,600 square feet of it–and the 13-foot ceilings, massive arched windows, and exposed brick that loft lovers crave. In addition, there’s a private terrace and four bedrooms, in a cast-iron 1883 building.
Loft envy, this way
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Target this week will open a new location in Soho, the company’s 95th store in the greater New York City area. The store, which will be tailored for the surrounding community, will offer an assortment of Target’s top-owned and national brands, as well as a contactless pickup order and same-delivery system. Located at 600 Broadway, the new store will open on Sunday, August 14.
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If you’re in the market for a penthouse, it doesn’t get much more penthouse-y than the AD100-architect-designed, 6,000-square-foot Penthouse IV condominium atop Nolita’s iconic Puck Building at 293 Lafayette Street. At $35,000,000, the princely property is priced accordingly for a mansion-sized four-bedroom sky-palace that includes a gym, bar, home theater, hot tub, and 2,000 square feet of terrace space with an outdoor TV and pergola. Neighbors include Joshua Kushner and Karlie Kloss, who reportedly purchased the building’s largest penthouse, listed at $42.5M, in 2021 (The family’s real estate company, led by Jared Kushner, developed the penthouse collection).
Take the penthouse tour
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In the heart of Soho, a historic loft penthouse effortlessly blends original prewar details with modern upgrades, including three enviable separate private outdoor spaces. From the double-height great room and exposed brick to the arched windows and the skylight hanging more than 23 feet above it all, the sprawling two-bedroom home at 477 Broome Street is quintessentially Soho, but with a twist. It’s now available for $3,765,000.